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Disused wind turbine bladesDisused wind turbine blades dumped in Ravenshoe, Queensland, AustraliaNov 27, 2022
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Concrete filling of wind turbine baseViking Energy, Shetland, Scotland - 103 such bases using 70,246 m³ of concrete produced from two batching plants created on siteNov 19, 2022
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Wind turbine landscape in ItalyNov 19, 2022
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Sherbino 2, TexasThe 150 megawatt (MW) wind farm is located approximately 40 miles east of Fort Stockton, Texas. Sherbino 2 is 100% owned and operated by BP Wind Energy. Photo from BP.
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Construction for Lookout Windpower, Berlin, PennsylvaniaConstruction for Lookout Windpower, Berlin, Pennsylvania
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Chatham-Kent, OntarioView from Rondeau Bay and Lake Erie - photo by David Libby
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Chatham-Kent, OntarioChatham-Kent, Ontario - photo by David Libby
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Turbine sizes with Washington MonumentTurbine sizes with Washington Monument
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Worker atop wind turbine under constructionA worker stands atop a wind turbine in the central section of the Criterion Wind Project along Backbone Mountain, Oakland, Maryland, July 28, 2010. With one of the blades facing skyward, the turbines are 415 feet tall. Photo by Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun.
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As more wind is added to the grid, its effective capacity, or capacity credit, is progressively lowerAs more wind is added to the grid, its effective capacity, or capacity credit, is progressively lower - from: Dietmar Lindenberger, “Costs of integrating wind energy in Germany”, presented at International Energy Association workshop “Integration of wind power into electricity grids: economic and reliability impacts”, Paris, 25 May 2004
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How Green Was My TurbineAnother poem/cartoon (about “green tags”) from beat poodle Fred Milton, graciously provided by Lynda Barry

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